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The requested content was deleted with notes: An article carried on your web page and dated Dec 17 is a hoax. Apparently an article published elsewhere -- and based on events that occurred at Dartmouth -- has been doctored and my name substituted for that of a professor there. Please remove the offending, dishonest piece immediately and post an explanation. Thank you. Bruce Levine Professor of History Stevenson College Academic Center University of California, Santa Cruz

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Interview :: Labor & Economics

Building Bridges Radio - The Other Iraq and Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor?

Building Bridges presents this 29 minute radio show. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Alternative Media : Globalization & Capitalism : Peace & War

RELEVANT TO NOW: "A Political Lecture Series Addressing the Issues Effecting Us All"

Wed Oct 6, 2004
DR. HELEN CALDICOTT

Wed Oct 20, 2004
MR. MIKE RUPPERT

Wed Oct 27, 2004
DR. KEVIN DANAHER
 

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News :: [none]

Audio from the Felton FLOW Panel on Water Privatization

On September 23, Felton FLOW (Friends of Locally Owned Water) organized a film screening of Thirst at the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz, CA. Thirst is a new documentary that examines community water conflicts on three continents. 'Thirst' demonstrates that popular opposition to the privatization of water ignites remarkable coalitions that cross partisan lines. When it comes to water, many people demand local control and fear the arrival of multinational corporations with large lobbying budgets and little local accountability.

Thirst also shows that the individual struggles of these communities raise the same profound questions: Is water a human right for all people? Or, is it a commodity to be bought, sold, and traded in a global marketplace?

After watching Thirst, a six speaker panel discussed water issues around the world with a focus on Felton, a rural community in the Santa Cruz mountains. For more information on Felton's struggle for community controlled water resources, visit FeltonFlow.org. Also visit ThirstTheMovie.org.

 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Peace & War : Police State

Support the Troops; Jail a Veteran

The "trial" of Rosemarie Jackowski, a 67-year-old U.S. Air Force veteran and antiwar activist in Vermont
 

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LOCAL News :: Peace & War

Letter to the Sentinel Regarding Their Editorial on the Draft

A response to: "As We See It: A time for skepticism"

www.santacruzsentinel.com/archive/2004/September/27/edit/stories/01edit.htm
 

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Media Criticism : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

End the occupation

When is the last time you heard about a demonstration on a university campus calling for the end of the Syrian occupation of Lebanon?
 

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News :: Peace & War

Kucinich Calls for Open Hearings on Iraq Intel BEFORE the Election- eFax now

"I believe that this subcommittee must excercise its oversight powers to the fullest and hold the Bush administration accountable for its decisions particularly where the use of force is concerned.

Thank you Dennis! The American people deserve the truth.

links work here
www.benfrank.net/nuke/modules.php
 

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Interview :: Peace & War

Kole, a volunteer with the ISM speaks about his experiences in Nablus in the West Bank for the last nine months

Kole, a volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement speaks with George from Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 fm. Kole has spent the last nine months living in the Occupied West Bank in Nablus.

[ Listen to the Stream or Download the mp3 ]

 

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Government & Elections : Peace & War : Resistance & Tactics

Counterpunch article full of lies about Israel

At the popular website, www.counterpunch.org ,the following article relating the experiences of a husband and wife team, Kathleen and Bill Chistison who recently visited "Palestine" was printed as the lead feature article on Sept. 24, 2004. The article is re-printed below in its entirety with my frequent comments imbedded. Please note the frequent blatant untruths and the glaring ommissions which, for the naive reader, leave the impression that the Palestinians are fine, good people and the Israelis are evil and brutal.
 

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LOCAL Interview :: [none]

$5000 Settlement in False Arrest of Activist Downtown

The City of Santa Cruz and Sushi Now owner Matisse Selman agreed to an out of court settlement of $5000 with activist Robert Norse who they falsely arrested on January 30, 2002.

City of Santa Cruz Police Department Sgt. Loran Baker arrested longtime activist Robert Norse for "obstructing the sidewalk" on a "citizen's arrest" from Sushi Now! owner Matisse Selman on January 30, 2002. After videotaping him for several days, Baker then handcuffed and transported Norse to the local police station - though the "crime" was a minor infraction normally handled like a traffic ticket. This was the third time within a 7 month period that Baker had custodially arrested Norse on charges that were later dropped or were never even filed.

Attorney Kate Wells, a long time Santa Cruz civil rights lawyer, along with attorneys Jim and Rhonda Fossbinder, then sued the City, Selman, and Baker in Federal Court for false arrest and violation of the First Amendment right to speak and assemble. Two years later on September 14, the Santa Cruz City Council approved an out-of-court settlement of $5000. Norse interviewed Kate Wells on Free Radio Santa Cruz. Selections from that interview are printed here and in the upcoming October issue of Street Spirit newspaper.

Audio: mp3 45.9 Megabytes of Robert's Interview w/ Attorney Kate Wells

[ HUFF (Homeless United for Friendship and Freedom) I Archive of Robert Norse audio from FRSC ]

 

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